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Chou, Ying-Hsiu. The Innovative Representation of Romantic Love in "The Oil-Peddler Wins the Queen of Flowers." MA Thesis. University of Washington, 2019.Learn more
Dubrow, Jennifer. "Serial Fictions: Urdu Print Culture and the Novel in Colonial South Asia." Indian Economic and Social History Review 54, no. 4 (2017): 403-422.Learn more
Dubrow, Jennifer. "A Space for Debate: Fashioning the Urdu Novel in Colonial India." Comparative Literature Studies 53.2 (2016): 289-311.Learn more
John Christopher Hamm. Paper Swordsmen: Jin Yong and the Modern Chinese Martial Arts Novel. University of Hawaii Press, 2006.Learn more
John Christopher Hamm. "Local Heroes: Guangdong School wuxia Fiction and Hong Kong's Imagining of China." Twentieth-Century China 27.1 (2001): 71-96.Learn more
Davinder Bhowmik. "Temporal Discontinuity in the Atomic Bomb Fiction of Hayashi Kyôko." Ôe and Beyond: Fiction in Contemporary Japan, ed. Philip Gabriel and Stephen Snyder. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 1999. 58-88.Learn more
John Christopher Hamm. "The Marshes of Mount Liang Beyond the Sea: Jin Yong's Early Martial Arts Fiction and Post-War Hong Kong." Modern Chinese Literature and Culture 11.1 (1999): 93-123.Learn more
Jennifer Dubrow. "A Space for Debate: Fashioning the Urdu Novel in Colonial India." Comparative Literature Studies, forthcoming.Learn more